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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 13, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta CAITLE HOTEL tampN In Connection NEW AND UP-TO-DATE The Lethbridge THE PLACE TO STAY in IS THE DALLAS HOTEL SUGGESTIONS FOR XMAS I 1 Carving Sets, Table Sets, Pearl Handle Silver Knives Forks and Spoons Children's 3 piece Sets, Pearl 1 :s- Handle I I 1 To Reasonable Quality Talks Our stock is now com- I New Raisins, Currants Peels, Dates, Figs, Cherries, etc. Tartan Canned Fruits and Vegetables I I I I I 1 Bargains for Friday and Saturday Refer to Thursday's Paper THE GOOD CO. Class Grocers CHRISTMAS SUGGESTION AW can't beat the band for music but wo can beat the baud for prices, quality and style and fit considered. From now till Xmas we will give 10 per cent, reduction on all Shoes, Fancy Slippers and Hosiery for cash only. m What would make a better Xmas Gift than a Monarch range. Call and get our Prices. We money. will save you rr. The Hick Hardware Co. 1 Geo. Kerr Co. ;tl Groceries, Fruit, Vegetables 2 and Crockery Pho ie 21. Prompt Delivery Prompt Delivery NELSON GOW (a) Overture, 'by th .eka Orchestra. Stolen Jewels. Infernal Machine and Carreg in sketches. P.O. BOX 670 PHONE 62 i O m CHRISTMAS SUG- GESTIONS How about THE NEW ENGLISH CHURCH HYMN BOOK "We have them in all and prices. Store open ings. I 108E ?hrr.-- 25' New Whitnay Block for Underwood writar When Medicine i Cures Medicine to the results the doctor and pa- tient expect, must "be pre- pared right from the right sort of drugs. Fa- cility, equipment, know- ledge and training and a stock of fresh, potent drugs makes this store a particularly inviting place for all prescription trade. I You'll Have to Hurry! If you want one of the prettiest seasonable table decorations such as a Xmas Tree that Higin- botham's have for sale. These are "well made miniature fir .trees with wax candl holders. They are selling- fast and are considered the thing. J.D. JiipiJottamSCo.Ltd. Family and Dispensing OhemiatB. Telephone Nigtw THE WEATHER. j Medicine Hat. clear .........42 32 I Swift Current, fair 2S i Moose Jaw, cloudy M........35 22 i Winnipeg, fair ..............22 16 I Forecast: Manitoba, mild with light [snowfalls; Tuesday, northerly winds and colder. Saskatchewan and Alberta: North- erly winds, fair with lower tempera- ture. CiTY AND DISTRICT Mrs. J. Jones, of 623 Coutts St.. will receive tomorrow (Tuesday) af- ternoon, and thereafter on the second Tuesday of the month. A show that will plesse everyoee at the Eureka this week. Prices always the same, 15, 25 and 35 cents. For a few days the Herald will nee- (b) A Burglar's Mistake. (c) Harris and Beaure- garde, in a rural comedy FAMILY VAUDEVILLE THEATRE OF THE CITY 15 cents 35 cents STAFF R. H. Strang, Musical Director V. Casey, Stage Manager P. E. MORRIS, Proprietor and Manager Roy Wilson, Electrician Mrs. Barilett' Street, left essarilv be very late in reaching suh-' on Saturday, for Diamond. City, to scribers, owing to the many incon- Join.her husband, who is employed as veniences caused in removing to the engineer there. new office i The neighbors .of a gentleman oi Specialties between the Acts at the JNewlands district, who was recently waits. married, entertained him with a live- Miss Tilney has opened a large and jjy chivrari last Monday evening. They well assorted stock of Christmas boo.ds some, .damage to the 'doors in including Dolls, fancy toys, leather tn re- goods, handkerchiefs, all prices; fancy icrder to get the .gentleman to re- j needlework. In fact presents suitable spond to their celebrations but his i for alU also hats at greatly reduced jresponse was an appeal to the police on on-the scene order- ed the damage to be made good or Come early and secure bar- proceedings would> he instituted. The fun-makers agreed to repair the dam- c funeral of the late Jane Ferrier Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bawden left Friday for an extended visit to Ontario. Archer Garlow's Big Musical Act tonight at the Lyceum. Rev. Andrew Walker, Presbyterian j pastor at Maeleod, has resigned and'Canton street, 5700. and Ed. T. Broad {will make an European trip. 'for a stable on Ashmead street for The "Western Soaps Co. Ltd.. will build a four-storey factory at Mac- leod. prices, gains. Miss Alma Robinson of N.B., arrived in the city a few ago, and is visiting Mrs. M. S. Tra-1 cey, 1225 Courtland St., after having visited Edmonton, Red Deer, Calgary wife of j M_ RitcMe OI-Red_ and the Coast cities and will return: hdd after to .New Brunswick after the holiday frQm ;he residenC8 to Meth- Scholl took the cake atjodist Church and from thence to the the Lyceum last week. The Ensign j public cemetery. The funeral was Co. designed the slide. largely attended. The following were Rev. T. P. Jones of Frank was the ulc pallbearers; J. H. Fleetwood, A. Wesley church yesterday JB (-pi Robert Sage, Arthur in the absence of Rev. T. P. Perry, j T H -p who was preaching in Maple Creek Frayne. E. Hagell. and R. Crab-b. Mr. Jones' discourses were "very ac-IRev. T. B. Jones of conauci- ceptable and profitable, his evening tne funeral service in the absence address being a strong appeal to men 1 Qj Rev p perry. to .make the most of themselves. An entertajnment will be given by A Bug'.ar's Mistake, at the Eureka to- J tne of the convent school on night.- (Thursday 16th and Friday 17th De- The following building permits cember at 8 p.m. Entrance by the were issued this morning: Charles j aate on Ford street. Tickets A Real Safety Razor CutIery Will be opened up on FRIDAY THE 17TH, when we will offer you bargains that will surprise you. Nothing! but the best qual- from the factory. WHY NOT BUY A Jewel or Treasure Range A range with all the good qualities which those ranges have, will help you in preparing the good things for Christmas. The McKeown Hardware Co., DUFFERIN AND ROUND STS. "We ship out of town daijy." (LIMITED.) 1 I i1 I! Three Qualities of Hay in Stock; Baled Straw for Bedding; Oats, Bran and Shorts LOWEST PRICES PROMPT DELIVERY K ill Forsman, a. dwelling on Cross street, R. S. Clark, a dwelling on for 5300; S300. Alexander Miller, a restaurant keep- school 50c. 1-5 Don't miss night by the The Man on the Box to- Stoddart Players. anri lit uu HUH Prescription Specialists I, I.JIPLEy, Mgp. LEIHB8IOBE E. Y. Brake, oi the c.P.R., Mao lecxi, has been transferred to Leth- bridge. G-. J. Ilanscli, general manager of the Citizen's Lumber Co.. left today on an" inspection trip of the yards. Rev. J. A. Clark will deliver a lec- er, appeared In the police court this mornlng on a charge of indecent as- sault on a woman occupant of the house, Emma Moore. Chief Gilles- pie appeared for the prosecution and C. F. Harris Tor the- defence. The case was remanded till "tomorrow morning. Ball was applied for. The chief strenuously objected to the1 granting oi bail on account of the seriousness of the offence. Ball was however, fixed at 5LOOO. Tickets on sale all day at the Ar- HERE'IS ONE If tonight you want some place to go, Where you can see a dandy show At half past seven get ready to run. To the Eureka before the show is be- Secure your tickets at little lif teen, twenty-five and thirty-five cents See Harris and Beauregarde, Don't say "Fudge." they are playing "The Country Judge." Dale and Carreg in a comedy Will man.e you laugh and this is a fact. The pictures this week will please you all, You can either use it as an ordinary razor, or attach safety "GUARANTEED' cash. Hayr Bros. P.O. Bos 27 Phone 75 Hi i 3U 315 RIPLEY BROTHERS Phone 294 Tomorrow Aunt" at the Lyceum. Get your tickets at Arcade. GEO. N. McLEAN iture in the schoolroom of Knoxjcade for the Stoddart Payers at the i So, Heavy on the Hurry, and give us Church tonight on the subject, Brown a call. ing's teaching in regard to God. W. L. Stewart and Miss Leah Stod- dart in The Man on the Box tonight at jThe Lyceum. QtneraF Cartage Agent-All kinds Mr. G. E. Fleming of the Merch- of teaming done satisfactorily. Coal ant's Rank staff, went down to G-ras- o B. 1''alfc to superintend the op- Phone 131 of l'lc office of the Grassy Lakt; j Securities Company. Complete change of program at the I Eureka tonight. new people and new pictures. ROGERS- 4- CUNNINGHAM J LUMBER Quality Right Prices Right t Christmas Goods t On Sale in the SHERLOCK BLOCK Cali and Inspect them I 14 t lumber Company Ld Northward, Phone 23 East Yard, Phone 321 General Off ice, Phone 123 Block before purchasing 4 4 J. J. Johnston CHEMIST AND DRUGGIST f SSrass Soocts t received a shipment of mered ffirass and Copper flrt Soodz Ijhe finest assortment ever brought Into the city Candle Sticks......... to Jardinieres..........- to Fern to Tea Kettles............................. Coai to Goal Smokers' Sets___............- to Cuspidors to Tras.............-.............. 75c to ONE THAT PLEASES ALL Commencing tonight at the Eureka, a show will be presented that pleases They have five complete changes and Please trim carefully tround border VOTING COUPON Void after December 21, 1909. The Lethbridge Herald's GREAT PRIZE VOTING CONTEST VOTES FOR Address. When filled out and received at Contest Headquarters before expiration of date above. one and all. Harris and Beauregarde in A Rural Comedy Sketch entitled "The Country Judge." They carry their own scenery and the stage effects are beautiful. This sketch is full of many funny situations and provokes many hearty., laugh. Dale and Carreg are known fiom coast to coast as the greatest laugh producers of the age. the patrons of the Eureka are prom- ised a rare treat this week. The pic- tures, that are being shown at this popular theatre are without a doubt the best shown in the city. Al. visited some theatres while away and says- he never saw any pictures that could be compared with the Eureka. Always higli class, instructive, clear and bright as a diamond. 5K Notable Musical Event "riiie soloist was Mme. Frieda Lan- gendorff. who was in excellent voice and sang the aria from Elijah with fine judgment'and dramatic effect." Age, New York, January' 30, 1909. Her very dramatic aria from Meyer- beer's "Le Prophete" called forth such a storm of applause as an artist sel- dom hears in St. Paul Press, December 14, 190S I I I I MME. LANGENDORFF Of the Royal Operas oE Vienna, and of the Metropolitan Opera of New a famous Trill give In WESLEY CHURCH, WEDNESDAY, DEC. 15th, at 8.3G p.m I I f I J Reserved Seats, 1.50 General Admission. 00 H- IHs These prices would be high for an ordinarysinger, but, not to hear such as Mmc Langcnclorff who ranks with Schumann-Heiuk. Scalchi, Melba and other stars. "Mme. Langondorff, the eminent contralto, made her first appearance the afternoon, and savo Sc'nnma'nn-Heink. whom she resembles has been no contralto 'heard in New Orleans since Gcaichi. who has so wind a voice, uniformly powerful in all its part and directed "by a Ivric talent of the first Orleans Tiroes, May 2, IMP. I i